We are women making a
big difference



Our members receive personalized training in areas such as leadership, advocacy and fundraising.



We provide our members with numerous opportunities to develop leadership skills and potential.



Our members have the ability to grow and strengthen our community partnerships through our volunteer opportunities. 

Join us in building a better community

The support from JLD's Poinsettia Sale, Tour of Kitchens and other fundraising efforts enhance our ability to provide leadership training, resources and support to empower women to create change in our community.

Tour of Kitchens

Save the Date for our 2015 Tour of Kitchens - Saturday, April 25, 2015!  Click here for more information on becoming a sponsor.

Thank you to everyone who supported the 2014 Tour! Read More!


2014 Poinsettia Sale

The Poinsettia Committee thanks JLD members and the community for another successful Poinsettia Sale! This year's Poinsettia Sale resulted in over 1000 red, pink and white poinsettias sold.   In honor of its 80th annivarsary and your genorosity, JLD donated 81 plants to local organizations. 




  • Mar


    IBCI Community Needs Forum 6:30pm at MGH

  • Apr


    Council Night 6:30pm at MGH

  • April


    Past President's Tea 3pm at the home of Sustainer and Past President Lynne Lock

  • April

    Board of Directors Meeting 6:30pm at MGH

JLD's Community Impact


Kids In The Kitchen

KITK is an AJLI initiative that aims to educate kids and parents about the rising prevalence of childhood obesity in the US.  Read More


International Women's House

International Women's House serves primarily immigrant and refugee women and their children who have survived domestic violence. Read more


Tea Cup Girls

JLD volunteers with The Tea Cup Girls to be a positive influence on the lives of girls through... Read more


Atlanta Community Food Bank

JLD volunteers on a regular basis with two sectors of ACFB Read more

JLD Focus Area

Improving Nutrition and Combating Childhood Obesity in DeKalb County.

Children’s health and wellness has been a key issue for Junior Leagues since our founding in 1901.  Today, a critical element of our ongoing commitment is teaching children and their parents about the importance of eating healthy foods and involving them in the fight against childhood obesity.